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(1982)
Movie The Verdict
Sidney Lumet directed this movie in 1982
Title The Verdict
Year 1982
Director Sidney Lumet
Genre Drama
Plot – Frank Galvin was a brilliant lawyer. Due to painful family circumstances, now he's up to alcohol and has lost his reliability as a lawyer. He's just an "ambulance chaser" now and spends the rest of his time in bars or playing pinball. An important case can finally redeem him. Deborah Kaye is hospitalized at St. Catherine Hospital in Boston and lies in an irreversible coma. Galvin is entrusted the case by Deborah's sister and husband and they offer him 210,000 dollars as compensation. The lawyer however is entitled only to 70,000 dollars, the rest of the sum would go to the archdiocese who owns the Hospital. Galvin rejects the entire sum and bring the case to court against everyone's advice.
All actors – Paul Newman, Charlotte Rampling, Jack Warden, James Mason, Milo O'Shea, Lindsay Crouse, Edward Binns, Julie Bovasso, Roxanne Hart, James Handy, Wesley Addy, Joe Seneca, Lewis J. Stadlen, Kent Broadhurst, Colin Stinton, Burtt Harris, Scott Rhyne, Susan Benenson, Evelyn Moore, Juanita Fleming, Jack Collard, Ralph Douglas, Gregor Roy, John Blood, Dick McGoldrick, Edward Mason, Patty O'Brien, Maggie Task, Joseph Bergmann, Herbert Rubens, J.P. Foley, Leib Lensky, H. Clay Dear, J.J. Clark, Gregory Doucette, Tony La Fortezza, Marvin Beck, Herb Peterson, Tobin Bell, Kevin Fennessy, Willow Hale, Jon Hopwood, Bruce Willis
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